The “Radiance” collection by Alex Righetto celebrates the unique feminine energy, presenting women as radiant figures in a blend of brightness and golden hues.
It honors the female figure, often overlooked in society, through a fusion of fairy-tale and surreal elements, with floral motifs symbolizing women’s beauty and strength.
The collection, while paying tribute to women’s resilience, also addresses serious issues like human trafficking, using art as a tool for social awareness and change. This artistic endeavor not only offers hope and renewal but also inspires action against exploitation and abuse.
The core piece of the radiance collection is a Watercolor on Arches paper, depicting a young woman. Her delicate profile creates a strong contrast with the golden wave of energy that propagates from the center to the outside.
“Angelic Cherubic,” from the Radiance Collection’s 2021 lineup, is a watercolor painting that reflects a calm yet resilient femininity. Showcased in Miami and Tampa, its subtle gradients of pink and accents of gold celebrate inner beauty and spirituality, contrasting with the grim reality of human trafficking.
A young woman stands at the center of an enchanted and almost magical world, surrounded by a cloud of delicate flower petals. With a direct and penetrating gaze, she stares at the viewer, conveying a sense of strength and mystery.
“Resilience,” a 2023 artwork from the “Radiance” collection, portrays a girl with a provocative gaze and a fierce beast behind her, symbolizing the often-overlooked strength and delicacy of the contemporary female figure.
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These collections showcase the artist’s versatility and range, as well as his commitment to exploring new ideas and techniques in his work. Some of these collections include the rebirth collection and Romeo and Juliet.